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From a squeaker versus Ball State to a blowout of Loyola Marymount, with an epic ending against Duke.

Six shining moments: The Rebels’ path to immortality, game by glorious game

March 12th, 2015

From a squeaker versus Ball State to a blowout of Loyola Marymount, with an epic ending against Duke.

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    Enjoy these dunks by Anthony Bennett; you might not get to see them anymore.

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